This forum post is hidden because you have chosen to ignore Kimela. Show Details
This forum post is hidden because you have submitted an abuse report against it. Show Details
I have used an AARP Part D Drug Plan since its inception. The Plan which I had to 2009 had a $295 deductible, which was going up to $310 in 2010, so I changed to another AARP Plan, which had a higher premium, but had no deductible. The one prescription which I take which has no generic is Evista 60 mg. Under the old plan, I was paying a $40 co-pay for a 90 day supply by mail order. I recently sent in a new Evista prescription (the first time for it to be filled under the new plan) and had a phone call from the pharmacy to tell me that the co-pay would be $111. When I called to complain, the rep assured me that whoever took my application was bound to have told me that the co-pays would be different under the new plan. I told him I might be 78 years old, but that if I had been told that I was sure it would have computed! I don't know how they got to $111 - the new co-pays are $42. I am so mad I could spit and there's nothing I can do until next November. The rep as much as told me that that was how they were making up for the fact that there's no deductible! Isn't the increase in premium enough? From now on, whenever possible, I will get my prescriptions filled at Wal-Mart! Does anyone know how you get a complaint form?
Well my prescription provider, changed without my knowledge (don't know exactly how that happened); well my doctor put me back on medications that I've taken since 2001 when the doctor finally got me on the proper combination of meds that worked for me, to make a long story short, my NEW prescription discount provider denied the payment of them, I paid myself, over $600.00, they have refunded $141.00 of that and sent me a denial on the balance, but that I could appeal the decision with 60 days, even after I have appealed the decision numerous times, was told that the 2 meds were approved for a year. Now they tell me I never filed any appeals, but my doctor has all doctumentation required and they still will mot refund me the balance that I paid, and the only difference in pre-approved vs. approved, was Effexor XR (XR stands for timed release), the other Ambien CR (CR stands for time released) vs. plain Effexor or plain Ambien, which I just had the doctor right me a new script for just the standard Ambien without the CR and my co-pay was $0 amount due, zero....is that crazy or what, the Effexor XR, which I finally got approved (original cost 165.00, co-pay $6.30), that's why I signed up for AARP, CCrX just about drove me crazy and my doctor....thanks for sharing...I'm new to AARP......